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Michelle Rhee has been a very visible part of her husband’s strong-mayor campaign for Measure L. The ballot measure would change the city’s charter to allow the mayor to hire and fire the city manager, as well as veto decisions by the city council.
The Outdoor Sportsman fishing supply sales team said it sells hundreds of lead weights every week. Avid fishermen say you can’t fish in the Delta or rivers without them.
Sierra-At-Tahoe has started a fall tradition where it invites the community out to clean up the mountain, and volunteers make some very interesting finds.
School staff and sheriff’s officials say that threat was located on Friday in a school bathroom. Scrawled on a wall, the note said that school would be shot up on Oct. 22. Another note found later said that threat had been moved up to Tuesday.
Authorities are asking for help in finding a missing teen considered at-risk.
Rico Harris has been missing for several weeks during a trip between Alhambra and Seattle.
Police are investigating a string of vandalisms that have hit two Woodland schools over the past three days.
A Sacramento man is under arrest on suspicion of domestic violence and attempted murder after police say he attacked a woman with an ax.
More than talk, this is now a big money campaign. Supporters of Measure L have amassed about $1 million in contributions, eclipsing the opposition roughly five-to-one.
Michael Tubbs is the youngest official ever to be elected in Stockton. His run for office was an inspiration to Stockton’s youth, and even talk show icon Oprah Winfrey endorsed the campaign.
Kirk uses the van to feed the homeless in Sacramento, and says there’s never been a crackdown on parking until now. He knows the van isn’t pretty, but it does the job in his church community outreach feeding the homeless.